Great article with links to some of the most frequently asked questions for working at home. I think one of the main keys for working at home is to avoid distractions in order to get your work done efficiently. Avoiding distractions week after week can be a tough tasking while doing work at home.
Working from home sounds like all fun and games, but it’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Check out these articles from around the web on how to make the decision to work from home, convince your boss to do so, and get actual work done from the comfort of your couch (er, home office).
- Ask yourself these important questions to decide if working from home is right for you. (Apartment Therapy)
- Use these arguments to explain to your boss why you’d be more engaged from your couch. (Harvard Business Review)
- Not only will you be more engaged, you’ll be more productive and satisfied. (Forbes)
- With the data behind you, convince your boss why working from home will work for you. (Brazen Life)
- Make sure to avoid these major distractions when working at home. (SavvySugar)
- Use these tips to keep your productivity up when you’re working form home. (Work Awesome)
- Make your home office a place you’ll love to work. (The Glitter Guide)
- Make sure to stick to these rules for working from home. (Real Simple)
Want more? Check out some of our articles on working from the comfort of your home:
The 5 Best (and Worst) Things About Working From Home
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